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Volume IV Winston-Salem, N. C., September 12, 1923 Number 1
PRESIDENT OF Y. W. C. A. WEL
COMES ALL NEW-COMERS
“Tall girsl, short girls, fat girls, thin,
Our Freshman Class takes them all in”
And that’s about the finest thing
which could be, Class of ’27. A class
made up of people who looked just ex
actly alike would be just about as bad
as a class of girls who thought alike,
talked alike, and acted alike, and you
know yourselves that nothing could be
worse. There wouldn’t be any variety
or any personality in a group like that,
and without those two characteristics
life is a rather monotonous thing,
So, all you new girls, we are just
mighty glad to say, “How do you do?”
All summer long we old girls have
been thinking of you and wandering
what you would be like, and here you
are at last. We are certainly happy
that every one of you has chosen
Salem as her Alma Mater, and we’re
sure you’re going to love it here, as
every true Salemite does. Honestly,
isn’t it just the friendliest, happiest
place you know?
Just one more word: All your lives
long you’ve been storing up ideas and
building air castles and dreaming
dreams, now haven’t you? That isn’t
just some secret of your very own
which I have stumbled upon; because,
you see, I was a Freshman among
Freshmen once myself, and I know
that in spite of the old tradition about
the Freshmen being so green they
have new ideas, new means of ex
pression, and endless ways of giving
life to the activities of the campus.
And that’s just what we are looking
for and what we need. We hope that
you packed all your very choicest ideas
and dreames along with your other
treasures in your new wardrobe trunk
when you came to Salem, and that
you’ve already unpacked those ideas
and have them ready for use. Your
class, the Y. W. C. A., the Student
Council, the Athletic Asosciation, the
Salemite—every organization on the
campus needs you, and we’re so glad
that at last you’re here to help us and
work with us.
Give to your school the best that
you have, and the best will come back
to you! And, while you’re giving,
may your class have in return a happy
four years at Salem.
The Book Store will be open every
day from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Money for all C.O.D. packages must
be left in the outer office before the
package is due to arrive. Otherwise
it will be returned and in the case of
parcel post packages notice will be
served the sender that it was not re-
(Signed) MRS, BEST.
I am THE newspaper.
I represent the student body
of Salem College, and also
those who are not
I greet you, Salem Students,
old and new,
and as far as I am concerned,
you are very welcome.
I hope you will like Salem
to stay until you have acquired
a cap and gown
and a diploma
with A.B., or B.S., or B.M.,
I am sure there are
a number of things that will
bewilder you who are
new to Salem. If so,
come to ME.
I am the official dispenser
and of instructions
as to how to do
the proper thing at
the propear time in
the proper way
I will give you numerous
at weekly intervals;
also a complete roster
of all the new girls,
which will help a lot
in the way of intorduction.
I will be in your P. O. Box
if you are a regular subscriber.
I have an Open Forum column
which will give you an
to express your views on
various and sundry things
that have to do with
college life, aeronautics,
cake-eaters, and what not.
I am the chief representative
of Salem College.
I am THE newspaper.
I am THE SALEMITE.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEW MEM
BERS OF THE SALEM COLLEGE
The following announcement has
been made in regard to the new mem
bers of college faculty:
Charles J. Vardell, Jr., of North
Carolina is a graduate of Princeton
University, where he was organist
Princeton Chapel; diploma graduate of
the Institute of Musical Art N. Y.;
medal for “highest honors” Artist’s
Course Institute of Musical Art; he
taught music in the Hotchkiss School
Connecticut, and was in Y. M. C. A.
service at the close of the war. For
the past few years he has been Dean
of the Conservatory of Music, Flora
McDonald College and President of the
N. C. Music Teachers Association. He
is well known as a composer and
teacher. He becomes head of the De
partment of Piano.
John Wesley Taylor, of North Caro
lina, is a graduate of Trinity College,
and a graduate student of Columbia
University, having specialized in
American literature. He was in
Educational Service U. S. Government
during the war and comes to us from
Davenport College. He becomes Act
ing Head of the Department of Eng
Roy J. Campbell of Massachusetts
is a graduate of Bates College and ol
Harvard University, Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology, School of Public
Health. He has been Instructor in
Sanitary Chemistry, Bates College,
Florida, and assistant in Physiology
^fts College. He becomes assistant
in the Science Department and instruc
tor in Biology.
Eleanor C. Chase is an A.B. grad
uate of Florida State College and se-
University. Her residence is Ware,
Mass., her father being rector of the
Episcopal Church in that community.
She majored in English and History
with English Literature as her asso
ciated subject in her field of concen
tration at Radcliffe College. Miss
Chase graduated with the highest hon
ors which Radcliffe College bestows.
Miss Chase becomes instructor in Eng
lish and History.
Eleanor Osborne of Tampa, Flarida,
becomes assistant in the Home Econo
mics Department. She is a B.S. grad
uate of Florida State College and se
cured her M.A. at Teachers College,
Columbia University. Her major sub
ject was Home Economics and her
minor Foods and Cookery.
Edith V. Hanes of Jonesboro, Ga.,
secured her A.B. degree Salem College.
She becomes assistant instructor in the
Romance Language Department of her
Dr. P. 0. Schallert is an A.B. grad
uate of the Illinois Normal School, B.S.
Marion College, M.A. University of
Illinois, M. D. Univeristy of Illinois.
He has throughout his college courses
majored in Botany and has since done
uninterrupted research work in his
favorite subject. He is a member of
the North Carolina Academy of
Science, of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science, of the
Sullivant Moss Society, of the Amer
ican Nature Society. His research
work has been done in cryptogamic
botany and he has contributed to
scientific publications various articles,
including “Robina” and “Botanical
Explorations in the Mountains of
Western North Carolina.”
The Faculty of the Music Depart
ment remains the amse with the ex
ception of Mr. Vardell, the head of the
PLANS BEING MADE FOR AN
The annual Get-Together meeting of
Salem College will be held Saturday
night in the Alice Clewell Building,
Plans are even now being made to
make the occasion enjoyable for both
old and new students.
Each Freshman will be more or less
formally introduced. Their sister
classmen, the Juniors, will present
them to the old Salem girls in a way
which will be amusing for all.
The Freshmen will not be alone,
however, in undergoing the ordeal.
All new members of the faculty will
be present, and will be re-introduced
to their students.
Originality in the classes will be
called into play on this night. Classes
will vie with each other in striving to
present the best stunt, and to make
things pleasant for the new girls.
Refreshments suitable to the occa
sion will be served.
IMPROVEMENT IN EDUCATION
An important announcement has
been made by President Rondthaler,
explaining briefly the co-operation
planned between the City School Sys
tem of the City of Winston-Salem and
Salem Colelge Department of Educa
tion, whereby under the direction of
the Department of Education by the
special sanction and advice and en
couragement of the North Carolina
State Department of Education, the
Heads of Departments in the City
School System become members of the
Salem College Faculty, Department of
By virtue of this arrangement the
msmbers of the faculty of the City
School System become students in the
Department of Education of Salem
College, and are thus enabled, since
Salem is an A-Class College, to
achieve certain college courses in
Education during their year’s resi
dence in Winston-Salem, which en
ables them to advance their teacher
classification in the State of North
Carolina and to receive those college
credits which are ordinarily possible
only by summer school work.
Under these same arrangements the
City School System opens its classes
to prospective teachers, who are now
students at Salem College in the De
partment of Education, for advanced
work in observation, self-advised
teacher training, practical field work
in class instruction, etc.
All Music Diploma pupils report di
rectly to Dean Shirley in his office in
Memorial Hall. Every one studying
m the music department will report to
Dean Shirley Wednesday before 5:30.
COLLEGE BOOK STORE
All Styles at Lowe Prices
Come and Look Them Over.